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It revealed that 55 per cent of firms have not reduced their digital marketing budgets during the recession, while 39 per cent intend to spend more on this form of advertising. …read more
ecommerce store should look into making use of other estores when trying to sell their goods, it has been suggested. In an article for Media Post, managing partner and president of Catalyst SF Cory Treffiletti said this form of online retail is often overlooked by companies.
The expert recommended looking into selling products on websites such as Amazon. …read more
The Netherlands (.nl), the European Union (.eu) and Argentina (.ar) followed in positions four to six, ahead of Italy (.it), Brazil (.br), the United States (.us) and Australia (.au). …read more
Steven Deare, ZDNet Australia
Australian tennis’s governing body this month launched tennis.com.au as part of a marketing campaign. Speaking at the Australian Open yesterday, Tennis Australia CEO Steve Wood revealed the organisation purchased the domain name from a cyber-squatter after a couple of years of negotiations. …read more
- China (CNNIC) is the lead contributor to such growth and immense size of domain name which is accumulated to 13,572,326 domain names registered and growing. (They broke the 14m mark this year).
- Russia had the fastest growth rate of 11% quarterly , followed by DENIC by 12,448,242 domain names.
- Argentina has about 1,767,273 as of Oct 08. (This is partially because domain name is fully subsidized by the government) …read more
- 1,463,632,361 The number of Internet users worldwide (June 2008).
- 578,538,257 Internet users in Asia.
- 384,633,765 Internet users in Europe.
- 248,241,969 Internet users in North America.
- 139,009,209 Internet users in Latin America/Caribbean.
- 51,065,630 Internet users in Africa.
- 41,939,200 Internet users in the Middle East.
- 20,204,331 Internet users in Oceania/Australia.
By Matt Wordsworth
The web is set to play its most prominent role yet in a New South Wales state election.
All parties have taken to it like never before and both leaders and most ministers have a presence on sites like twitter and Facebook. …read more
As the ABC revealed yesterday, the Nationals are under investigation for improperly registering the domain name.
The Nationals say at the time the Premier’s domain name was available, but the carmeltebbutt.com.au website had already been bought by the ALP. …read more